Exam Results

Congratulations to all our pupils who achieved A level and GCSE success.

A third of A level results were at A*/A. The vast majority of students got to their first choice university including Oxbridge. We know how hard they have worked for this success and wish them well for the future.

82% of GCSE students gained 5A*C including English and Maths. There were many outstanding individual successes. For some this meant all results at A* for others it was overcoming personal challenges to gain access to their next steps in education.

More Sporting Success...


Joel Leon Benitez year 11 won gold in the 84th edition of the English Schools Track and Field Championships last Friday. He broke the 19 year old Championship Record by one centimetre with a vault of 4.71m and has been selected to represent England in the Schools International fixture in Cardiff this coming Saturday. View the winning vault after the break

Sports Day 2014

On Wednesday 2nd July, Rushcliffe School held its annual Sports Day. The theme this year was based around countries of the Commonwealth. Sports day was a huge success helped massively by the fine weather holding for the day. There were a number of outstanding achievements throughout the day and huge enthusiasm shown by pupils and staff.

Summer Fair 2014

The Rushcliffe Charity Summer Fair- Concert to raise money for Education for the Children, the Friary and Jessica Hope Foundation

Our charity fair will take place on the field on Friday 18th July from 14:15 to 16:30, entry price will be £2.00. Pupils will be able to purchase entry wrist bands from Monday 14th July and this will allow then to miss period 5 in the name of helping to raise money for La Esperanza – The School of Hope - a school in Jocotenango, Guatemala and the other two charities.

EFTC works in partnership with disadvantaged families, children and young adults in Guatemala, Central America to ensure they develop the tools they need to break free from the cycle of poverty. The Foundation has a school in Jocotenango, Guatemala: an urban area where extreme poverty, gang crime, domestic violence and alcoholism are everyday realities. Food, healthcare, counselling and career guidance at the school remove obstacles to education and enable these students to realise their potential. More information about the charity can be found at http://www.eftc.org.uk/

Dyslexia Friendly Quality Mark

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Many thanks to all the pupils, parents and staff at Rushcliffe School who have helped us gain the Quality Mark to show we are using and developing dyslexia friendly practices to support the learning of all pupils with specific learning needs.
Please check the website under curriculum and then Learning Support for all the latest news and policies

Real Homework


REAL Homework Projects (Rushcliffe Extended and Advanced Learning) aim to make homework a fun, manageable and enriching part of the curriculum, where pupils spend extended periods creating, learning and enjoying the tasks. 

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